Dana Woulfe is a visual artist living and working in Boston, MA. He is known for his vivid, abstract paintings and large scale mural work. A New England native, he grew up in Rhode Island and learned to appreciate the arts at a young age through the influence of his grandmother, an illustrator and painter. After moving to Boston in the mid-90’s to attend Massachusetts College of Art, he became involved in the local graffiti scene and developed an affiliation with the members of Project SF. As co-director of the Project SF artist collective he directed and exhibited at events worldwide, and worked with clients including Nike, Converse, Vitamin Water and Bodega.
Back for its 2nd installment, the Underground Mural Project returns to bring together the very best in street art, music, diversity and community to Underground at Ink Block, an epicenter of culture and creativity nestled between the South End and South Boston neighborhoods of Boston.
From June 24th– June 29th 2019, The Underground Mural Project will gather and celebrate creative do-ers, local, national, and internationally renowned street artists, and local taste makers through a week of arts programming, education, one-of-a-kind activations and a block party that celebrates a blossoming City of arts and culture. The Underground Mural Project is curated by Street Theory in partnership with National Development.
Hand-Signed and Numbered by Dana Woulfe
Limited Edition of 12
Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GMS archival paper
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